Wanyama’s salary revealed online!
Have you ever wanted to find out how much Tottenham Hotspur's Victor Wanyama is paid compared to other Premier League players- especially Liverpool striker Divock Origi ?
Then you’re in the right place as we reveal to you part of Premier League players’ annual and weekly wages -information courtesy of Spotrac.
Despite Tottenham Hotspur being known for paying less on wages than their rivals, Spotrac result shows that Harambee Stars captain Wanyama is earning £1million more than Divock Origi.
In the list, Wanyama earns £3,380,000 (Sh436million) annually compared to Origi’s £2,340,000 (Sh302Million) annual salary.
That means Wanyama sits in 12th place in Tottenham Hotspur F.C. 2019/20 Payroll with weekly income of £65,000 (Sh8.3 million), while Origi sits 21st in Liverpool F.C. 2019/20 Payroll with weekly salary of £45,000 (Sh5.8 million) – that is £20,000 less than Wanyama's earnings.
It is also revealed that Mohamed Salah is the highest-paid player at Liverpool- earning £200,000 per-week with Kane, Tottenham’s best-paid player earning £150,000-a-week less than De Bruyne who is highest-paid player at Manchester City earning £350,000 weekly.
Manchester United's best-paid player, Alexis Sanchez who scored just twice in 27 appearances is said to be a drain on Manchester United's finances with a weekly salary of £350,000.
Mesut Ozil, is Arsenal's best-paid player with a weekly salary of £350,000.
Eden Hazard earned £225,000-a-week at Chelsea, but the Belgian has agreed terms with Real Madrid. Kepa and Kante are therefore now the highest earners at the club with the two each pocketing £7,800,000 annually.
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